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  1. David Wilson 2 years ago

    Not all new props come so nicely wrapped!

  2. Paul H Elliot 2 years ago

    Ted was sure that an insulated prop was required for winterizing his vessel.

  3. Mark Caplin 2 years ago

    Bob has had to seriously redesign his new “prop-0-matic” clothes washing system.

  4. Malama 2 years ago


  5. Tony Spooner 2 years ago

    It was nicely wrapped until the cat found it.

  6. Rosann Allenbaugh 2 years ago

    There is a great future in plastics. Think about it. Will you think about it?

  7. Ted Crocker 2 years ago

    Wrap it up – I’ll take it!

  8. Doug Gibson 2 years ago

    Dang… next time I’ll put the tranny in neutral when I mask off the prop.

  9. Mark Eastham 2 years ago

    Damn, I was sure I didn’t ,But I guess this proves I did hit the leeward inflatable !

  10. Jeff Thayer 2 years ago

    Honestly officer, I’m not sure what happened, my dinghy was right here behind my boat when I threw her into hard astern and whoosh!

  11. Bill Huber 2 years ago

    On airplanes, they shout, “Prop clear!” prior to starting the engine. Maybe not on boats….

  12. Peter Detwiler 2 years ago

    “Man, we were just shreddin’ it but all of a sudden, well, I dunno…”

  13. Richard Collins 2 years ago

    Ferrying Elephants? Here’s a macerator pump made for you

  14. Elan 2 years ago

    I sailed through the Pacific Garbage Patch and I can prove it.

  15. Pat Broderick 2 years ago

    I said, “Do Not Open ‘Til Xmas!”

  16. Bob C. 2 years ago

    My plastic retrieval system is working very well but the haul outs are killing me.

  17. Peter Garcia 2 years ago

    You found my staysail!

  18. John Arndt 2 years ago

    From Mike Mahoney, “I said GIFT wrap, not PROP wrap!!”

  19. Scott Henry 2 years ago

    It looks like the “inflatable prop saver” is a bust.

  20. Jeff Cook 2 years ago

    The propeller ate my homework.

  21. Kelvin D. Meeks 2 years ago

    The Laser went under the bow of Ebenezer’s boat – and that’s the last anyone saw of Tiny Tim. All that was left was a shredded main. Ebenezer hoped those damn ghosts wouldn’t show up on this night.

  22. Tim McCormick 2 years ago

    But Skipper, you only asked to check if there were any LINES in the water.

  23. Tim Mc. 2 years ago

    Call the sailmaker. That kite is still under warranty.

  24. Jeff Collier 2 years ago

    Well … I think we’re going about this whole shrimping thing all wrong …

  25. Mark Blum 2 years ago

    World’s biggest paper shredder.

  26. Tom Nooteboom 2 years ago

    Bagged the limit.

  27. Dave Peterson 2 years ago

    In an attempt to keep their top secret propeller design out of view from a competing racers, owners failed to notice the watchdog had a thing for shredding plastic bags.

  28. Ron Harben 2 years ago

    I was wondering where that Code 0 went.

  29. Bob martin 2 years ago

    Honey, I TOLD you it woundn’t work as a composted!

  30. Linda Newland 2 years ago

    Uh oh. We forgot about the prop when we keel hauled Joe.

  31. Martin Thomas 2 years ago

    Development continues with “Prop Cleaner 2.0)

  32. Christensen 2 years ago

    Has anyone seen that plastic bag with all the charts in it?

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